Library services during summer 2020
From Monday, May 25, the Bloomberg terminal in cubicle no. 6 should be operational again, and from June 1, the library will offer more services for longer opening hours.
The service of mediated access to Bloomberg ends on Sunday, May 24. Therefore, from Monday, May 25, it will be possible to use the Bloomberg terminal in the usual way, ie directly at faculty building in cubicle no. 6 together with the terminal's web reservations. For more information, including a request for disinfection, visit www.econ.muni.cz/en/library/bloomberg
On this occasion, I would like to publicly thank all the volunteers who willingly and conscientiously provided the Bloomberg service. Good work. Thank you!
Furthermore, from June 1, we are extending the opening hours of the library – we will be open every weekday from 9:00 to 14:00, later even longer. We make available a reading room for newspapers and journals, selected study places, scanners, copiers, wardrobes and toilets. It is not yet planned to work on computers and enter study cubicles, but even these restrictions may ease over time.
All books from our collection (including "STOP" books) can be borrowed over the holidays from mid-June. More information, including the duties of readers and a detailed plan of opening hours until the beginning of the autumn semester, can be found here.
Teaching and conditions for studying at ECON MUNI during the “coronavirus”
How Faculty of Economics and Administration succeed with the implementation of online teaching during spring semester 2020? That’s what we have asked all our students in the July survey – and now we bring omnibus answers.
The university traffic-light system
Masaryk University began to use a traffic light system to indicate the degree of risk at individual faculties and workplaces of the university.
Current testing locations for self payers
These are the locations where you can a Covid-19 test. Masaryk University is in the process to determine the best locations for international students and non-Czech speakers.
The help of students and employees of FEA MU during the pandemic
During the difficult period caused by the spread of coronavirus infection, the university and its faculties came together and began offering help to those in need. Many students and employees of the Faculty of Economics and Administration of MU also offered their helping hand.